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We saw a calm and collective Tony Bellew at the first press conference in London earlier this week but he still hasn’t forgotten about David Haye’s comments.

Haye caused controversy with his comments before the first fight and vowed to cause brain trauma and put Bellew to the hospital. The London boxer was fined by British Boxing Board of Control afterwards.

Bellew said he still hasn’t heard an apology from Haye but isn’t really expecting one either. 

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